Hello! I recently got the NEW stamp sheet called Small Christmas Sheet, and I wanted to make a few cards with it. I realize that it is getting towards time to send out those cards, and I was motivated to get a bunch finished. This is half sheet stamp ...

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"I Brake For Stamps" - 5 new articles

  1. I Brake for Christmas Card Sets!
  2. I Brake for Belly Dancers!
  3. I Brake for Mostly Mice Thank You Notes!
  4. I Brake for Stained Glass Irises!
  5. I Brake for the Spotlight!
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I Brake for Christmas Card Sets!

Hello!  I recently got the NEW stamp sheet called Small Christmas Sheet, and I wanted to make a few cards with it.  I realize that it is getting towards time to send out those cards, and I was motivated to get a bunch finished.  


This is half sheet stamp set, and it is available at a special price right now as an unmounted rubber sheet.  I Brake for Stamps rubber is nice and thick, and works well as unmounted.  I have Tack N Peel set up on a couple of my acrylic blocks, especially for use with unmounted rubber. 







The paper I used is foiled and is always a bit tricky to photograph, but I love using it on holiday cards.  I didn’t even use all the images on the sheet yet, so I look forward to making more cards with this set.  The small Happy Holidays sentiment is from this Christmas Tree quarter sheet set.

Happy Stamping!



    

I Brake for Belly Dancers!

Hello and happy Saturday!

Today I'm sharing the card that I made for my friend's birthday yesterday.

I used Belly Dancer Gracie from the Humorous Seniors Line.

The verse is from the very large set

I have used this set about a million times!


My friend has taken belly dancing classes for a few years now to help keep herself in shape.  We have added some classes to our 5th grade curriculum that are areas the kids were interested in that we don't normally teach in school.  My friend is teaching a belly dancing class to some of the girls...at a 5th grade appropriate level...lol...and I thought this card would be perfect for her.  All of the images and verses can be found at I Brake for Stamps.


I used Wink of Stella on her outfit to add some shimmer.


On the inside I used a verse from Half Sheet #052.


I forgot to photograph the back of the card but I used this hilarious stamp...WARNING!


    

I Brake for Mostly Mice Thank You Notes!

As promised, I stamped up a few more of the images from the Mostly Mice stamp set, which is one of the newest sets in the store, sold as an unmounted sheet.  I decided to start on a card set to give as a gift, to a music teacher.  I know that at the holiday, she will be getting a lot of teacher gifts and may need some thank you notes.  

I colored the images with alcohol markers.  For the first card, I made it look as if the critters were looking over a wall of patterned paper.  I stamped the Thank You from this Sentiment set onto yellow cardstock and trimmed it out.



The second card uses two of the images.  The little student mouse fits just right under the teacher bunny, but they are two separate images.  These are so sweet and fun to color.

Thanks for visiting!  Happy Stamping!

    

I Brake for Stained Glass Irises!

Hello and happy Saturday!

Today I'm sharing a pretty, pastel card that I made using
Stained Glass Iris #2.


If you follow my IBFS posts at all, you'll know I'm fairly obsessed with their stained glass line.
On this piece I used some Nuvo clear drops to add some gloss to the iris.







    

I Brake for the Spotlight!

       Hello and happy Thursday!

Today I'm sharing a card made with one of the funny images from Carmen Medlin found over at I Brake for Stamps!

This one's called Spotlight.


He can be purchased individually or in the Curiosities Set 4.
Since he looks like he's dancing I decided to use some paper with music notes on it.  I also placed him in a "star-studded" frame.


I used the verse on the inside of the card.
You can find the entire line of Carmen Medlin stamps at IBFS.






    

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